GERMANY BANS SAUSAGES: Pork banned in cafes and schools to 'not offend refugees'


An increasing bevy of public canteens, child daycare centres and schools have in serving sausages, bacon and ham over religious considerations.

Now members of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s CDU frolic are fighting to keep pork on the menu, insisting the consumption of pork is neck of the woods of German culture.

Daniel Günther, rty representative, claimed that pork results were being taken off the menu in schools, nurseries and canteens across the rural area.

He said: “The protection of minorities – including for religious reasons – obligated to not mean that the majority is overruled in their free decision by ill-conceived regard.

Mr Günther argued that tolerance also means “the appreciation and sufferance of other comestibles cultures and lifestyles”.

He argued that those who didn’t want to eat pork didn’t set up to, adding: ”The consumption of pork belongs to our culture.

“No one should be obliged to do so. But we also don’t demand the majority having to refrain from pork.”

German sausages are share b evoke of the country’s culture. At Oktoberfest in Munich, the largest beer festival in the exultant – sausages are served alongside steins of beer.

The move is likely to source tensions among residents who support the introduction of restrictions on the inflow of refugees to the boondocks.

The German Government has come increasingly under fire for its open-door exile policy.

The scale and nature of the crimes in Cologne has been a disastrous torpedo to the boldness of Mrs Merkel’s open-door refugee policy and her popularity.

Having initially been acclaimed for her leadership over the escalating crisis after offering sanctuary to close to 1.1million refugees fleeing war and persecution in Syria, the German supremo now cope withs growing calls for stricter immigration rules.

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